Is Chelsea vs Southampton on TV? Channel, live stream, team news as Saul STARTS Carabao Cup match – latest updates

CHELSEA will be looking to progress to the quarter-final of the Carabao Cup when they take on Southampton tonight at Stamford Bridge.

The Blues have already beaten the Saints this season 3-1 in the Premier League and will fancy their chances this evening.

  • Start time: 7.45pm BST
  • TV/Live stream: Not televised
  • Chelsea XI: Kepa, James, Chalobah, Sarr, Hudson-Odoi, Barkley, Kovacic, Saul, Alonso, Ziyech, Havertz
  • Southampton XI: Forster, Valery, Lyanco, Salisu, Walker-Peters, Diallo. Armstrong, Tella, Djenepo, Adams, Armstrong


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What time does Chelsea vs Southampton kick off?

  • Chelsea vs Southampton takes place on Tuesday, October 26.
  • The Carabao Cup fourth-round tie kicks off at 7.45pm.
  • Stamford Bridge plays host.

What TV channel and live stream is Chelsea vs Southampton on?

Sadly, this game will not shown live on UK TV.

Sky Sports are broadcasting Arsenal vs Leeds as their Tuesday night match.

However, you can catch all the goals as they go in on Sky Sports News.

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    The Premier League leaders are odds-on favourites to get the job done in 90 minutes this evening, but – with several changes expected – could the value lie with Southampton or the draw?

    • Chelsea win 4/9
    • Draw 7/2
    • Southampton win 13/2

    Odds from Betfair correct at the time of posting.


    It's just 24 days since these two clubs took to the field at Stamford Bridge to face each other.

    Chelsea were 3-1 victors that afternoon, but only after two late goals saw off the challenge of ten-man Southampton.

    Trevoh Chalobah had forced the Blues ahead early on, only for James Ward-Prowse to equalise from the penalty spot just after the hour mark.

    However, the Saints captain went from hero to zero soon after when he was sent off following a late challenge on Jorginho.

    With a man advantage, strikes in the final six minutes from Timo Werner and Ben Chilwell ensured it was the Londoners who took all three points.

    Chelsea have once before won two home games against the same club in a single calendar month, doing so against Liverpool in January 1997. They could make it two tonight.


    Welcome to Stamford Bridge for our live coverage of the Carabao Cup 4th Round tie between Chelsea and Southampton.

    The League Cup may be low on Thomas Tuchel's list of priorities, but the German coach will be all too aware that his side are just three wins from Wembley.

    It sounds a straightforward run when you consider that the European champions have won their last four in all competitions, a run that started with a home victory in the Premier League against tonight's opponents.

    Timo Werner was on the scoresheet that afternoon but the striker again misses out for the Blues with injury, as does Romelu Lukaku and Christian Pulisic.

    James Ward-Prowse will be unavailable for the visitors. The Saints skipper was red carded in that previous meeting and so sits out the third and final game of his ban.

    Albanian hotshot Armando Broja will be unable to add his recent scoring streak against his parent club but Tino Livramento has another opportunity to impress versus his former employers.

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